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Arlington inches past SWC boys

South Wasco County enjoyed an early lead and had several chances to get back in control late, but critical missed shots led to a 40-36 boys’ basketball loss to Arlington on Friday.

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Sherman cruises to win

No. 2 Huskies keep control of Big Sky standings

MORO – Max Martin, Isaiah Coles, Treve Martin and Maverick Winslow combined for 53 points and the No. 2-ranked Sherman Huskies built a 45-23 halftime lead and coasted to an 84-48 triumph over Ione Friday in a Big Sky Conference contest played at Sherman High School.

SWC loses second straight contest

Abby Birman and Allie Noland scored eight points each, and Ana Popchock went for five, but South Wasco County could not contain Arlington’s Megan Hauner in a 40-34 loss Friday at Arlington High School.

Dufur defense smothers Mitchell

Playing without Chloe Beeson, the Dufur Ranger defense worked fits on Mitchell-Spray, holding the Eagle Loggers to two field goals over the final three quarters in a 51-13 win Friday at Dufur High School.

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Husky offense nets season-high in points

Seven players hit field goals to help team secure 69-38 win over Ione

MORO – The Sherman offense was hitting on all cylinders Friday night in Moro, as four players hit double figures and seven hit field goals in a 69-38 girls’ basketball victory over Ione.

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Swimmers reach new heights in Hood River

TD scores 10 top-3 places, four wins on Saturday

HOOD RIVER – Molly Nelson and Natalie Varland each had individual wins, and both the boys and girls 200-yard freestyle relay teams added victories to lead The Dalles Swim Team at the Hood River Invitational Saturday.

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All rumble, no stumble for TD cheer team

Young group scores 177.7 points on way to first place

Usually with a young cheer team that is entering its first competition, there are nerves and jitters. Just the look in their eyes at the onset of action, however, gave The Dalles head coach Kelsey Sugg all the affirmation she needed. They were ready.

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Hawks hoping to bounce back

TD looks to climb back in the CRC mix at 7 tonight

The Dalles trailed 15-2 at one point in the opening quarter, and inched to within a 37-28 halftime deficit, but the Hermiston Bulldogs hit 15 second-half field goals, five 3-pointers to cap a 38-24 run to grab a 75-52 victory Wednesday at Kurtz Gym.

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TD wins 7 matches in Madras

Breckterfield and Urenda take home fourth-place honors

Jonathon Urenda and Glenn Breckterfield combined for seven wins, five by pin, and The Dalles wrestling wound up in a tie for 10th place in the 12-team White Buffalo Invitational Saturday in Madras.

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Carter takes it up another level at Ski Bowl

The Dalles skier leads way for third place in slalom event

Martin Carter, Preston Klindt, Matt Gragg and Liam Brewer secured top-20 finishes, and Petra van Kessel added a 19th-place outcome to headline the girls’ team in an Oregon Interscholastic Ski Racing Association slalom event Saturday.

Rangers pummel Mitchell-Spray

Jackie Culp, Tabor McLaughlin, Curtis Crawford, and Kolbe Bales each hit double figures in the No. 9 Dufur Rangers’ 70-33 victory over the Mitchell-Spray Tuesday in Spray.

Redsides get back on track

SWC boys beat Horizon for third straight victory

Beating Ione and Mitchell-Spray was a nice boost of confidence for South Wasco County. Tuesday, the Redsides had a much tougher task at home against Horizon Christian, however. Ty Herlocker and Haven Stephenson combined for 38 points and 30 rebounds, as the Redsides jumped out to a 16-5 first-quarter lead on their way to their third straight win, 54-37, over Horizon Christian Tuesday in Maupin.

Bailey, Outlaw lead Dufur

Kayla Bailey scored 20 points, Alexus Outlaw added 16 to lead the Dufur Rangers to a 51-41 win over Mitchell-Spray Tuesday in a girls’ basketball game played in Spray.

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SWC suffers tough loss to HCS

Horizon Christian and South Wasco County battled to a 28-all draw through three quarters, but the Lady Hawks managed to use a 5-2 spurt in the final period to escape with a 33-30 win Tuesday in Maupin.

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TD gives highest honor to a former great

Team holds ceremony for wrestler Spud Simer Tuesday at Kurtz Gym

Before the start of Tuesday’s Columbia River Conference dual, in a front of a big crowd at Kurtz Gym, The Dalles wrestling program honored former wrestler Spud Simer in an emotional pre-match ceremony. Simer, 27, a 2007 Dufur High School graduate who died in a farming accident on July 30, wrestled under the tutelage of coach Kevin Kramer.


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